Enrich. Enhance. Inspire.
The mission of the Louisa Arts Center is to stimulate awareness and appreciation of the arts through varying visual art exhibitions, concerts, theater performances, studio classes, workshops, and lectures, to entertain and enlighten; while strengthening diversity, interpretive ability and interactive creativity for both youth and adults. The aim is to broaden audience involvement and access, and to improve the livelihood of artists and their opportunity to contribute to the community. By doing so the Louisa Arts Center makes the Town of Louisa and Louisa County a more appealing place to visit, locate a business, and call home.
Board of DirectorsOur Board of Directors come from diverse backgrounds and are committed to using their talents to promote the arts in our rural setting.
LaVahn Hoh President
Brad Humphrey Vice President
Jennifer Purcell Secretary
Julia Skare Treasurer
James L. Herndon Odette Holmes Stephanie Koren
Bonnie Lambert Greg Schumacher Robert See
Steven R. Smith Troy Wade Michael Winget-Hernandez Jane Wootton
Bud Dulaney Martha McIntire
Pat Purcell Charles Rosson
Pamela Stone John Thomasson
Meet Our StaffOur staff dedicates itself to promoting and producing high quality performances, events, and occasions that are enjoyed by the citizens of Louisa and the surrounding counties.
Jeffrey Bowen Executive Director
Christine Corrieri Development and Community Relations Director
Sheryl Eubank Executive Assistant/Box Office Manager
Jeffrey Bowen, Louisa Arts Center’s new Executive Director – A seasoned actor, musician, talent agent / manager / buyer, and performing arts center executive. Bowen began his tenure with LAC on April 17 and has expressed his excitement to be able to bring his extensive expertise in entertainment, arts, and cultural management and programming to LAC, saying, “I have never experienced such hospitality from a community as exhibited by the residents of Louisa Town and County. I look forward to a long and ‘eventful’ association with Louisa Arts Center!”
Before being employed by the Center in 2014, Sheryl Eubank was a Box Office Representative, a school secretary, a substitute teacher, a pre-school teacher and an Adm. Asst. at a Big Box Retailer. At the Louisa Arts Center she has found the perfect place for her talents to shine. Whether it is answering phones, selling tickets, setting up hospitality for performers, keeping the accounts straight, or designing brochures, ads and flyers, Sheryl enjoys every creative and organizational task. Her favorite part is meeting and greeting patrons, artists and volunteers on performance and exhibition days. She is a great asset to the Center. Come visit her anytime, she is always ready to try to make your visit enjoyable.
Christine Corrieri was born and raised in New York City and its metro area. In school she found a passion for the arts, participating in visual and performing arts ever since. She attended the University of Pittsburgh - Business and Marketing and The Art Institute of Pittsburgh for Design. Her business experiences include several FORTUNE companies: UPS, Johnson & Johnson, and Best Buy in the area of New Business & Innovation Development and Strategic Analysis/Planning /Marketing. Cultural arts centers she’s worked with include Paper Mill Playhouse, Blumenthal and The Ford Center. She enjoys cooking, traveling and never shies away from trying new things! Christine is involved in many community organizations; volunteering time to insure youth have access to positive mentors and life lessons.
Alan Crummette Sets, Lights, and Sound
Randall Robinett Sound Engineer
Ashley Unger Arts Center Custodian